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Natural Kitchen

Shopping, Off licences Marylebone
4 out of 5 stars
(7user reviews)
Natural Kitchen
Marylebone's classiest grocer's shop, (and they have a Waitrose!) Natural Kitchen sells an excellent standard of fresh produce, sourced as locally as possible to the airy, rustic premises. It's worth a trip for the butchery alone - brought in three times a week from a Kentish farm - though (unsurprisingly considering the catchment area here), it'll cost you.  


Venue name: Natural Kitchen
Address: 77-78 Marylebone High Street
Opening hours: Open 8am-8pm Mon-Fri; 9am-7pm Sat; 9am-6pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Baker Street tube
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Average User Rating

4.3 / 5

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Really lovely organic shop / cafe. Very cosy and welcoming place, perfect for a drink or healthy lunch. They have got a great variety of organic brands. Also an amazing selection of salads and freshly prepared food. Everything looks so tasty! The missing star is due to their hot chocolate that I found a bit disappointing compared to all the rest (quite watery). 
Still highly recommending Marylebone Natural Kitchen!


This place is my absolute favourite for casual meetings or a relaxed, healthy lunch.

Packed with wooden tables and benches, Natural Kitchen truly has a natural vibe to it - sort of like a deli that's travelled back in time by about 50 years in the best of ways.

With everything available from fresh cut meat to breads and cakes, you can either do your healthy shop here or grab lunch from the counter overflowing with colourful salads and meats.

Tea and coffee is truly excellent too - everything is carefully sourced, and accompanied by a home-made cookie, you can't go wrong.

Special mention for the different types of hot chocolates on sale. There's something here for everyone.

If you work in the area and are looking to branch out, spice up, explore or indulge, I highly recommend this place!


This cute cafe-cum-organic grocery store in Marleybone High Street provides a relaxing, tasty and healthy retreat from a buzzing West London shopping street. Natural Kitchen offers a range of fresh locally sourced fruit and veg, delicious salads, a wide selection of cheese and meat and, of course, freshly ground coffee and colourful smoothies.

You can choose between a quick espresso and bite to eat on the ground floor, while picking up some dinner essentials to cook later on, or take a longer break in the first floor ‘Green cafe.’ If you can spare some time, the cafe is a bit more relaxed and includes table service as well as a dazzling range of treats. You’ll find the usual suspects (yoghurt and granola, poached eggs with avocado) as well as more unusual pairings such as sweet potatoes with pumpkin cake guacamole and chilli or halloumi, carrot and courgette burgers. 

Last but not least, this relaxed hotspot is very nicely located in the heart of Marleybone High Street, a few steps away from numerous cute boutiques, and last, but certainly not least, the unforgettable Daunt book store. This iconic bookshop, lined with oak galleries and a conservatory ceiling, is a book lovers paradise. For some Saturday afternoon downtime, why not pop in for a novel before grabbing a seat at Natural Cafe and indulging both your tastebuds and your imagination in a little escape from the everyday?


Visited the Waterloo branch deli for lunch after a few people at work had mentioned it.

I got a salad box with fish for £8.75 - so not the cheapest, but it was extremely tasty!  I also tried the quinoa and pear muffin (£2.95) which was also very good.  

I would definitely go back - and I wouldn't mind trying the restaurant, which seemed extremely busy ... 


Two main offerings - food/drink to sit down and have, and also a supermarket style offering of ingredients. The food to eat in/take away is very healthy and mostly tasty. I particularly recommend the salad boxes, that I have for lunch on a regular basis. There are a selection of 7-8 salads that you can choose, and it is definitely a cut above normal salads. Though also slightly more expensive. 

The supermarket offering is certainly different to a typical supermarket experience in that the items available are very unusual (usually healthy / organic / free from things such as gluten). This is can be great but unlikely to replace your shop for daily groceries - more of a supplement to your regular shopping. Also somewhat expensive items. 

Great place for a quick and healthy lunch. I had the meal deal (which although sharing the same name as a Boots cut price lunch couldn't have been more different). A huge slab of salmon along with a plate piled high with a variety of mouth-watering salads came in at under £10. A large selection of non perishable foods to take away were also available. Wish I could afford to do my weekly shop here, it's beautiful!

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